The new Broadway play Reasons To Be Pretty is changing around its performance schedule a bit, now adding Monday night performances to the roster. This could be a smart move for the intimate four-person show, as it will have less competition with other Broadway shows and should therefore be able to bring in a bigger audience than it had been on Thursday nights (the Thursday night performance will be discontinued in favor of the new Monday night shows). Written by playwright Neil Labute, Reasons To Be Pretty started life Off-Broadway at the Lortel Theatre before transferring to the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway. The play, starring Thomas Sadoski, Marin Ireland, Piper Perabo, and Steven Pasquale, was acclaimed Off-Broadway and was also greeted with largely good reviews when it opened on Broadway recently. Reasons To Be Pretty is Neil Labute’s latest play on the theme of beauty and how it affects our personal relationships – the previous two being The Shape of Things and Fat Pig. Although Labute has had numerous Off-Broadway and regional productions of his work, and he has written screenplays as well, this does in fact mark his debut on Broadway.
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